|[PS008] Ambienteer - Compilation 4 - James Fahy|
PublicSpaces is very proud to present the work of ambienteer aka James Fahy. Made up of 4 volumes, this release is the result of what ambienteer describes "as an abstract audio diary". "Much of the output is incomplete as a work as such, but it allows me a way of expressing my current mood & outlook. The hope is that amongst the things I come up with, there will be something that youâll enjoy. Some of it will not be great, but thatâs the interesting thing about this idea, youâll know when a c...
Keywords: publicspaces lab; ambienteer; ambient
|PS022 Alpen Butter - This World is Not My Home - Alpen Butter|
PS022 Alpen Butter - This World is Not My Home Usually we feel really far away from the world we are living in. We are born in cultural constructs. We are programmed, created by our own system and manipulated, but at the same time we program, create and manipulate. We love, breath, suffer. Consciously or not, we are watching how the world dies while we are trying to create new ones. The human being is eternally struggling to find a place in a self made world, which is just the mirage of the stra...
Keywords: PS022; PublicSpaces Lab; Alpen Butter
|PS023 Two Quiet Suns - True Anomaly - Jordi Urriaque for PublicSpaces Lab|
Two Quiet Sun's debut album on PublicSpaces Lab, "True Anomaly" takes us into a journey into the universe of these two British Composers. Two Quiet Suns are a London based electronic music duo. Rob and Bob met while working for a record label in the early 00's and soon realized they had a deep musical connection. Self-confessed studio addicts they spend as much time as possible recording and producing music and video's...
Keywords: Two Quiet Suns; PublicSpaces Lab; The Lab; True Anomaly; PS Lab; PS023
|PS015_VariousArtists_NumberStations - PublicSpaces Lab|
This is a compilation album based around the theme of Numbers Stations samples. Number Stations if you are unfamiliar are shortwave radio stations that broadcast strange and cryptic content, often ordered or seemingly random series of numbers repeated over and over again. Other stations played weird music, and other still just repeated tones over an over. They were all the rage back in the Coldwar era and are often thought to have been spying agencies means of communication...
Keywords: PublicSpaces Lab; compilation; Number Stations; Electronica; Jon Sykes